- Electronics Lab (EECS 3440) – Fall 2019, Spring 2020, Fall 2020, Fall 2022, Fall 2023
- Electromagnetics I (EECS 3710) – Fall 2020, Fall 2021, Fall 2022, Fall 2023
- Electromagnetics II (EECS 3720) – Spring 2021, Spring 2023
- Graduate Seminar (EECS 5930) – Spring 2022
Toledo Excel Program
TOLEDO EXCEL has been preparing underrepresented students for college success since 1988. This program introduces college life, and the many programs offered by UToledo to rising graders offered a place in the Toledo EXCEL Scholarship Incentive program. In the summer of 2021, the PI held a workshop entitled “The Fourth State of Matter: Fundamentals and Applications of Gas Plasma” for a group of approximately 50 rising 9th graders as part of this program.
One of our NSF grants is dedicated to providing a low-power plasma setup to the Imagination Station in Toledo, OH. As part of their educational activities for kids, the Imagination Station teaches about the “States of Matter” through well-designed experiments. However, they currently do not have a plasma experiment in their activity zone. We aim to provide them with a safe and low-power plasma setup so that visitors can directly experience this important state of matter. By offering such an experiment, we aim to increase public engagement with science and technology, especially among children.
ARPL frequently welcomes K-12 students and their families to our facility. We offer briefings and laboratory demonstrations to encourage more students to pursue STEM programs in higher education. We aim to increase public engagement in science and technology, particularly among children.
Toledo Excel Program
Since it began in 1988, TOLEDO EXCEL has been striving to prepare underrepresented students for success in college. This program aims to introduce college life and the many programs that UToledo offers to rise graders who have been offered a place in the Toledo EXCEL Scholarship Incentive program. In the summer of 2021, the PI was involved with this program by holding a workshop entitled “The fourth state of matter: Fundamentals and applications of gas plasma” for a group of approximately 50 rising 9th graders.
Through one of our NSF grants, we plan to dedicate a low-power plasma setup to the Imagination Station in Toledo, OH. One of their educational activities for kids is about “States of Matter”. Although they conduct well-designed experiments to teach these concepts to the kids, there is no plasma experiment in that activity zone. Thus, we would like to provide them with a low-power and very safe plasma setup so that the visitors can also directly experience this important state of matter. Such an experiment will increase public engagement with science and technology, specifically children’s.
We have K-12 students and their families visiting our lab from time to time. We provide briefings and lab demonstrations to attract more students to STEM programs for their higher education. Such activities will increase public, and specifically children’s, engagement with science and technology.